Australians can now pinpoint the actual birthplace of their nation in the centre of modern Sydney.
Volume 40 Issue 4 April 1990
A chip off the old block? Susan Ware looks over the careers of the Hollywood actress and her radical mother and finds reflections of the changing roles and attitudes of women in 20th-century America.
Oiled excavations at Tintagel
Norman Bainbridge on springtime for Tupholme Abbey
In the first two decades of the 20th century escapist fantasy was not the sole diet offered to American audiences by the emerging film industry. Steven Ross relates the mixture of social realism and biting political commentary that inspired both filmmakers and reformers to the silver screen in the Progressive era.
'Truth will conquer' - the Czech historian Frantisek Smahel traces the life and work of his 15th-century compatriot Jan Hus - whose uncompromising criticism of medieval Catholicism stirred national pride and acted as a forerunner of the Reformation.
A Rosemary O'Day on imagining you're Erasmus and ways of seeing 1450-1600.
England's royal black sheep may well turn out to be the instigator of the ancient ceremony linking Church and Crown. Arnold Kellett explains how this came about.
Stephen Jones on Victorian things, trends and fashions.